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July 22, 2021
16 Great Bar Carts To Organize Your Booze Collection
It’s time to take those bottles off your fridge.
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Over the years, you may have — through no fault of your own — acquired a significant liquor selection. (Turns out, learning how to make your own cocktails is a fun and diverting exercise.) But where are you keeping all those bottles? Under your bathroom sink? On top of the kitchen cabinets you never dust? Neither of those scenarios will do. So get yourself a proper, stylish bar cart. Here are the ones we’re currently enamored with, ranging from an attractive marble option and a mint green cart to something that looks it belongs on a cruise ship in the 1950s and one exceptional use of rattan.



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The Sleek Space Saver

Need something small that you can just tuck into a corner of your living room? Try this round bar cart (that could also double as a side table). With its chrome finish, It should work well with just about any design scheme.

Get a Convenience Concepts Royal Crest Bar Cart ($116) →

A Similar Gold Option

Of course, you might prefer something in gold. Kate and Laurel’s Deveaux bar cart is another compact option with a circular design — although it has mirrored shelves for an even more opulent feel. That convenient handle will also help you push this thing around and ascend to elite host status at your next dinner party.

Get Kate and Laurel Deveaux 2-Tier Mirrored Bar Cart ($214) →

Of course, you might prefer something in gold. Kate and Laurel’s Deveaux bar cart is another compact option with a circular design — although it has mirrored shelves for an even more opulent feel. That convenient handle will also help you push this thing around and ascend to elite host status at your next dinner party.

Get Kate and Laurel Deveaux 2-Tier Mirrored Bar Cart ($214) →

A Nice Pop Of Color

Meet your new mint green bar cart. The plain, utilitarian design of this thing is the perfect complement to its charming pastel shade, and if your friends don’t say this verbatim upon entering your home, you should invest in new friends. Throw your booze on here, add a few books if you’d like, and maybe get some plants involved as well.

Get Sauder Boulevard Café Library Cart ($133) →

The Yacht-Ready Cart

This bar cart looks like it belongs on a super villain’s Art Deco yacht. Which is to say it is a very nice bar cart. Put on a captain’s hat, and push this thing around your home.

Get Chrome Metal Bar Wine Tea Serving Cart ($105) →

The Sturdy Minimalist One

If you’re looking for something clean and simple that won’t draw too much attention from your own (shining) personality, check out this cart from Burrow. It looks sort of like a minimalist toy blown up to a size suitable for adults, and it’s especially attractive when covered in bottles.

Get Dram Bar Cart ($295) →

The Rattan Your Home Very Much Needs

Have you been waking up late and spending your days staring at clouds that all look like the last person who broke up with you? It’s probably because you don’t own a rattan bar cart. This one is unique and stylish, and it deserves to live in a home filled with potted plants.

Get Melody Rattan Bar Cart ($499) →

Something With Personality

This round, mirrored bar cart is slightly offbeat, just like you. Yes, you could always purchase something a little more boring, but if you’re going to buy furniture that will live in your home indefinitely, it might as well have personality.

Get HEONITURE Bar Cart ($236) →

A Cart With Just Enough Design

Are we obsessed with gold bar carts? That’s a rude question, but yes. This Deco-inspired one is mesmerizing in its simplicity, and, for some reason, it feels especially appropriate for making White Negronis.

Get Claire Bar Cart ($299) →

A Living Room Statement Piece

Before you send us a sternly worded email about throwing another gold bar cart on this list, you should know that this is actually rose gold. Also, it has a fun, asymmetrical design, and it’s the bar cart of choice for people who drink Martinis at 4pm while doing the New York Times crossword. Probably.

Get Angelo:HOME Alcott Mid Century Modern 3-Tier Bar Cart ($225) →

A Cart For Dark Homes

On the off chance that you don’t like gold (or most other colors, for that matter), here’s something you should find appealing. It’s a black piece of furniture to match all of your black clothing, black accessories, and black fashion goth plates. Simple and mid-sized, it’s a great utilitarian option for a very reasonable price.

Get Nathan James Carter Rolling Bar ($128) →

Furniture From The Future

Do not underestimate the appeal of a clear, acrylic bar cart. Yes, you will have to keep it very clean (because dust has no place to hide), but the futuristic aesthetic will send the message that you’re a person with taste who does things a little differently and only watches the very finest shows on Netflix. Unsurprisingly, this is also a wonderful pick for anyone who lives in a small space and needs some furniture that isn’t too big or noticeable.

Get Safavieh Home Collection Healy White Kitchen Cart ($174) →

A Nice Middle Ground

Not quite ready for an all-acrylic cart? Try this one instead. It has the same modern feel but makes use of brass accents for a slightly more traditional approach. It also has a little more room, and the shelves themselves are made from tempered glass.

Get Oscarine Lucite Bar Cart ($698) →

A Multi-Purpose Cart

Let’s say you’re short on square footage, but you still need something to break up the space between your kitchen and living room. A full kitchen island probably won’t fit, so what do you do? Try this piece of furniture that functions as a bar cart but also provides some extra room for prepping foods and gives your guests a focal point to hover around. You’ll be grateful for all the added storage space.

Get Topeakmart Wood Kitchen Cabinet on Wheels ($157) →

A Cart That Blends In

Maybe you aren’t looking for anything fancy, and all you really need is a sub-$100 cart that can blend into the background and serve its purpose (while looking perfectly attractive as well). In that case, here’s a cart that has a fairly basic metal construction with a distressed wood top to match your hardwood floors. The price is right, and you can use this as a miscellaneous shelf as well.

Get VASAGLE 3-Tier Kitchen Serving Bar Cart on Wheels with Storage ($80) →

For A Modern, Moody Home

The Barbican Trolley from NYC-based Visibility features one of the simplest designs on this list, but the more you look at it, the more it strikes you as a unique, fully realized object. The overall simplicity allows the details (such as that low-profile handle) to shine, and the matte black finish makes us want to throw this steel cart in a dark corner near a tropical plant or two.

Get Barbican Trolley II by Visibility ($495) →

The Outdoor Pick

Bar carts aren’t just for inside. If you’re throwing an outdoor party, for example, it’s nice to have somewhere to store your spirits and glassware. That way, your guests won’t barge into your living room every five minutes and ruin all your rugs. Just leave this powder-coated galvanized steel cart on your back patio, and fill it up whenever you have company over.

Get W Home Galvanized Steel Outdoor Cart ($176, was $220) →

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